New to handguns and looking to CC

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    Check Holsterpro (Holsterpro.com). Paul is a great guy and makes quality holsters.
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    The Fist holsters are fairly good. I've had many of them and really like the durable construction and value. Worth considering.

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    The Fist #19 holster I have for my Beretta PX4 Storm SV use thick leather. I don't like it, squeezed together it's pretty close to 1/4 inch thick and that's as thick as my dual leather gunbelt. If you plan on carring IWB, thin leather would be better if your carring an already thick gun.
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    UBG Holsters, make some of the best holsters n belts i have had the opportunity to own, wait time is short, and quality is superb.....
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    I'm 6'1" and about 210. My best CC position is about 4:00 behind the right hip bone. Over the hip is noticeable. But behind the hip pretty much disappears. I'm carrying a G19 in either an OWB or IWB tuckable.
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